To add a whole new dimension of creativity, we present to you the embellishing techniques of Duplexing and Triplexing.
Duplexing is the technique of machine bonding two sheets together to form a thicker board. Whilst this sounds like a simple process, it allows great creative flair. Think a colour sandwich edging your card, enhancing your first impression and adding a point of interest.
Another upside to this process is that you can emboss or deboss one side of the card and the indent won’t show through to the other side.
This process is used in, but not limited to, the creation of bespoke business cards and invitations. Expand this technique with our custom diecut capability and you can create a one of a kind piece.
That will get people talking!
Triplexing is the same technique, only you have 3 sheets bonded together. Our process doesn’t limit the number of sheets (but our ability to name them does!)
You could even try 2 different colours to create a 2 tone effect – think licorice all-sorts!
These processes have also been referred to as – sandwich cards, fused cards or laminate cards. Be sure you receive the true duplex effect with a machine bonded product. Embellishing Group has in-house capabilities which means you can choose any stock and any colour.
If you would like to find out more about the Duplexing and Triplexing processes, read part 3 of our Achieving Beautiful Print series.
Talk to our team today to find out how you can create the unforgettable.